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A Soundview beer and $1 later, a mythical Viking ship sails again
The Everett Sons of Norway started a “Save the Osa” campaign to restore the 30-foot ship for parades and use on Lake Riley.
Arlington agrees to purchase land for new park in Smokey Point
The city will pay $961,000 for the vacant land owned by the Smokey Point Community Church.
Baby formula less scarce, but ‘a lot of work to do’ to restock shelves
U.S. Rep. Suzan DelBene met with leaders of Snohomish County food banks and nonprofits to talk about the ongoing shortage Thursday.
At taste test, Arlington third graders turn into mini Bourdains
When it comes to school lunch menus, “it really doesn’t matter what us adults at the state agency think about a product.”
Plan seeks to transform Smokey Point Blvd. into ‘neighborhood corridor’
City officials hope roundabouts, sidewalks and more will turn 2 miles of busy road into a neighborhood street.
Arlington’s all-electric plane, Alice, takes first test flight
Eviation Aircraft’s battery-powered plane logs successful first flight from Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake.
Arlington’s Eviation makes Gregory Davis its permanent CEO
The interim CEO will continue as president for the electric aircraft maker; Eviation just inked a deal for 50 new planes.
Police: Lynnwood driver carjacked pregnant woman amid series of crashes
Deputies tried to stop the driver after a reported hit-and-run, but the driver fled — until another crash minutes later.
Arlington man, 78, dies after medical emergency on I-5
The man was driving north on I-5 on Friday when he struck a concrete barrier. He later died at a local hospital.
Serious injuries in crash with 2 semi-trucks in Arlington
On Thursday, a semi-truck ran into a Chevy Silverado on Highway 530 near 27th Avenue NE, according to Washington State Patrol.
Small school districts find special ed ‘safety net’ can be tangled web
Lake Stevens lost about $140K in special education refunds due to clerical errors. Avoiding a repeat will consume staff resources.
Jury acquits former Arlington doctor accused of groping new hire
James Laurino, now 75, was charged for alleged misconduct in a pre-employment physical exam he performed on a woman in her 20s.
Man killed in RV fire near Arlington identified
A witness reported a man inside an RV screaming for help Wednesday morning. He was identified as William Dailey, 66.
At Purrfect Pals, cats with special needs are saved from euthanasia
The sanctuary and adoption center near Arlington has plenty of “catios.” It started in Kathy Centala’s basement in 1988.
Qualtek Wireless fined $12K for fatal fall from Arlington cell tower
Michael Vasquez, 24, who served in the Marine Corps, fell 140 feet to his death. L&I found safety violations. QualTek is appealing.
1 dead in fire at Arlington RV park
Authorities believe the fatal fire early Wednesday was an accident.
‘Museum artifact’ that flies: WWII warbird lands, takes off in Arlington
The B-17 Flying Fortress Sentimental Journey arrived Monday morning. It’s available for tours and rides this week.
Fruits, flowers and bees aplenty in Arlington farm fete
First-ever event highlights local growers’ bounty and contributions to local community
Arlington farmers showcase crops, flowers, wares in weekend event
A dozen farms will open to the public to share their lavender, sunflowers, blueberries, animals and more.
Blind rapper from Marysville gets federal prison for role in drug ring
Wayne Frisby, aka Mac Wayne, lost his eyesight after shooting himself as a teen. He was sentenced to six years for drug trafficking.